|Alma Mater:||Wisconsin Lutheran College 2008|
Rachel Vogt, a former four-year letterwinner on the Wisconsin Lutheran College softball team, is in her 11th season as an assistant coach for the Warriors. Vogt assists with hitting and infield and runs WLC's softball camps.
Vogt returned to her alma mater after serving as head freshman softball coach at Whitnall High School in 2009. In four seasons (2004-2008) playing for the Warriors, Vogt finished with a career .254 batting average, driving in 29 runs. She racked up 82 hits in 117 games and compiled a .933 fielding percentage as an infielder.
Vogt graduated from Wisconsin Lutheran in May 2008 with a bachelor of arts degree in art and a minor in psychology.
A 2004 graduate of Menomonee Falls High School, Vogt was a two-year letterwinner in both softball and volleyball for the Indians. While a member of the softball team, Vogt earned Greater Metro Conference Honorable Mention recognition as a senior. During her junior season, the Indians made an appearance at the 2008 WIAA State Tournament, posting an 18-5 record.
Vogt is currently an art teacher at John Paul II Academy in Racine. Today she and her husband, Darrin, reside in Menomonee Falls.